Research on Setting the Priority on the Polar Challenges
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- Research on Setting the Priority on the Polar Challenges
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- 한국의 북극정책 과제 우선순위에 대한 평가와 분석
- Seo, Hyunkyo
- Area Studies
- The 1st Masterplan for Korea’s Arctic Policy; The 2nd Masterplan for Korea’s Arctic Policy; 2050 Polar Vision Statement; Korea’s Arctic Policy Model; Polar 20 agenda
- Issue Date
- Seo, Hyunkyo. 2019-05. "Research on Setting the Priority on the Polar Challenges". 한국 시베리아연구, 23(1): 43-70.
- After gaining the Arctic Council Observer status in 2013, the Korean
Government established the 1st Masterplan for the Arctic policy
(2013-2017) as a follow-up action in the same year. The 2nd Masterplan
for the second term (2018-2022) was adopted in July, 2018.
Then, the Ministry of Ocean and Fishery (MOF) declared a statement
during the Arctic Partnership Week in December, 2018 on the “2050 Polar
Vision” to provide a long-term Arctic policy vision.
This study reviews Korea’s Arctic Policies in terms of historical
perspectives, and analyzed the differences between the 1st Masterplan
(2013) and the 2nd Masterplan (2018) from the vision to action-plans.
Korea’s Arctic Policy Model is developed as a part of the study, based on
the categories of the policy contents of the “2050 polar vision”.
As the next step, after identifying the changes in the direction of
governmental-level policy between 2013 and 2018 masterplan, the study
deducted perspectives, and implications based on those changes. Through
expert-questionnaire analysis, the study sets the priority on the polar 20
challenges including Climate Change, Ecosystem Change, and Arctic
Shipping, and suggests Korea’s future Arctic policy directions.
Furthermore, considering the governmental policy change, the study
suggests how the policy can provide responses for the domestic
stakeholders, including R&D, Industries, and Academia.
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